School Papers Organization for the Sane Mama
The school year is fast coming to an end and you’ll soon find yourself having to store and save your kids’ precious work. If you have been paring them down through the year, then that will be easier, but if not then the task becomes daunting!
With three boys in elementary school and a mother (mine!) asking me to save *everything* because she likes to see it when she’s visiting, I was drowning in paper and loosing my mind every end of the year having to sort and decide what to keep, what to toss.
In order to solve the dilemma and stress that I was going through every end of school year, I came up with a system that works super well and keeps everyone sane, speciously this mama!
It is super simple to set up, it’s inexpensive and if you keep it in your daily routine, you’ll always have the best school work saved for prosperity – and for grandmas.
All you’ll need are magazine filing boxes, labels and a tad bit of discipline to check the kids’ folders daily – or at least weekly, if your weeks are too busy.
In this short video I explain with my tips to keep what you love and do it in a way that makes your life simpler. No more end of the year stress! Just fun.
How do you do school papers organization? How to you keep the kids’ work and art?
How to organize kids’ school papers & work
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- School Information Central
- Sports & After-School Activities
- School Lunch Menu Mix&Match
- Sitter & Nanny Information
- Sitter & Nanny Contacts
- Playgroups & Playdates Contacts
- School Break & Vacation Camps
- Back-to-School Supplies Shopping List
- Back-to-School Clothing Shopping List
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